Crowd Control market Manipulation & Pensioners forced to Speculate

Crowd Control market Manipulation & Pensioners forced to Speculate

Crowd Control market Manipulation & Pensioners forced to Speculate

The masses made no noise when central bankers started to flood the system with hot money and are still quiet, so why will the banks stop?  There are trillions of dollars that the big players will make and still stand to make before this game is over. We are in the race to the bottom and once a race starts you can’t stop it. So expect the negative rate experiment to be continued and this will continue until 90% of savers turn into speculators.

Cathy Berger, a 55-year-old who lives in Nassau County, N.Y., and works as development director at the Queens Chamber of Commerce, said that in the years before the financial crisis she used to invest a large portion of her savings in certificates of deposit, earning an annual rate of as much as 8%.She moved a portion of her savings into high-dividend stocks after rates fell, but lately those stocks have been under pressure amid turbulence across the financial markets.

“It’s so volatile,” said Ms Berger. “Trying to reap any kind of income from your money, from your assets, is almost impossible now.” Full Story

Negative rates are already pushing Managers of Pension funds into a tight corner; soon there will be nowhere to go. Pension funds typically invest in bonds, but bonds are paying such miserly rates that you can’t call it investing anymore. You have to call it charity.  At some point these pension funds will be forced to speculate; you will hear casual mention of this at first, then it will be blasted everywhere. When you hear the first whisper of this, take it as a secret signal that the market is going to explode upwards instead of crumbling. Imagine the amount of money these funds will bring to the markets; it will be like 1-2 QE’s combined.

This market is going to trade at levels that seem dangerously insane even to the most ardent of bulls.  Pin this somewhere and look at it one day, you will have some great stories to tell your grandkids when you recall what the markets have done to date and what they are likely to do in the years to come.

The Goal of central bankers is to force, not coax,  the majority of savers to do something they never thought they would ever do; for a person that saves, the word speculate is a dirty word, but one day these savers will be forced to embrace this concept that is alien to them.  It’s hard to imagine that now, but when they do, central bankers will have proven that an individual’s perception can be altered at will by just changing the angle of observance.

At no point in history have the Top players utilised the principles of Mass psychology so aggressively against the masses as they have done since 2010.  They are looking to completely alter individuals perceptions and sadly, they are doing an incredible job. The more we look around, the more we see their techniques working.  Thus understand this, no matter what any country states, the end Goal, for now, is to devalue the currency. Many nations have tried to resist; two of the big ones that come to mind are Russia and China, and they have all been punished for their transgressions; weaker nations have been destroyed completely. Nothing can stop a trend in motion. That is why those who are expecting Trump to pull a miracle are dreaming. He might if he wins (key word is might) be in a position to slow things down, but the wheels of motion are already in play, and the point of “no return” was breached long ago.  

It’s not all gloom and doom; this mess will pave the way for something good In the future, but before that chaos insists on having its day in the sun.  This does not mean you have to be part of the chaos, but it does mean that the majority will and that is already taking place. When over 62% of Americans don’t have $1000 in a savings account or over 30% would have a hard time coming up with an extra $400 to cover emergency expenses you know that the outlook is far from rosy.

Markets are no longer tied to real economic growth. Today cheap money powers the markets, and there is a plentiful supply of that for those who least need it; the rich and the powerful have access to endless lines of credit that they can tap and turn into even larger sums.  However, the day is drawing closer where they will allow the small guy to have access to some of these funds. While corporations will have access to millions and billions, they are plans to make it easy for the average Joe to get loans from $50-$200K and possibly as high as $450K.  No bull market has ended without the crowd participating and for the masses to jump in you need to make them feel like they have money to spend.

If you examine the situation from this angle, you can see that there are many avenues left for the Fed to Tap and to push this market into super bubble territory.

Suggested Changes

If you want freedom today, the 1st task is to attain financial freedom so that you can break free the clutches of the top players who seek to enslave you. They want you to run in a circle like a hamster that runs on a spinning wheel; the hamster thinks the faster it runs the further it will go, but sadly it is going nowhere.

Do not to let the media manipulate you and direct you towards actions that are detrimental to your overall well-being.  Mass Psychology can be used to spot new market trends even before the crowd even gets a whiff of them. The world is changing it’s a dog eat dog world, so expect fraud and financial shenanigans to become the order of the day.

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